The Busy Mum's Cookbook Hardcover – 18 Aug 2011
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`This book is a friend in the kitchen, choc-full of really practical advice and recipes to help you survive the stresses of family life. The food is quick to plan, shop for and prepare and is designed to fit an ever-tightening budget. These are great ideas whatever the make-up of your family from small children to the seemingly bottomless pit that is the hungry teenager' --BBC Good Food Magazine
`Mary Gwynn writes many of the Weekend Menu recipes. Her new book The Busy's Mum's Cookbook is published this week. Here she lets us in on a few tricks for balancing work and family life' --Waitrose Weekend
About the Author
Mary Gwynn was the founding editor of BBC Vegetarian Good Food and subsequently editor of M&S magazine. She has worked as a consultant editor and trainer for Waitrose for 12 years, and has written three vegetarian cookbooks. She has appeared on the sofa with Richard and Judy, cooked at the NEC with chefs such as Rick Stein, Brian Turner and Gary Rhodes, and is the perfect face for the working mum's model.
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I’ve made quite a few of the recipes already to great success in our family. They are quick and easy to make with additional tips to make it even quicker without compromising on cost. And most importantly they taste great!
I think the recipes are different to those you often see in books and the sections are also slightly different - based around the age of family member or available time you’ve got to spend cooking rather than starters, mains etc. There are some standard recipes - lasagne, spag bol etc - but also things like spicy peanut noodles.
Highly recommend it.
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